Автоматизация выращивания агрокультур в стационарном компактном тепличном комплексе с контролируемым микроклиматом на базе гидропонной системы
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Научный журнал Моделирование, оптимизация и информационные технологииThe scientific journal Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology
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issn 2310-6018

Automation of growing crops in a stationary compact greenhouse complex with a controlled microclimate based on a hydroponic system

idLevonevskiy D.K. idRyabinov A.V. idZhukova N.A. idKovalevsky V.E.

UDC 004.94
DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2023.40.1.029

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Automation processes are currently being implemented in agriculture. Solutions in the field of agricultural automation and smart agriculture can reduce time expenditure and cost of crop production and lessen the impact of the human factor, i.e. mistakes that can lead to the death of crops and cause significant damage to the enterprise. This article deals with the issue of automation and modeling of technological processes of growing crops in stationary compact greenhouse complexes with a controlled microclimate based on a hydroponic system. A diagram and a model of the behavior of such complex is presented in the article. The complex helps to perform cyclic cultivation by periodic irrigation with a nutrient solution cleaned with a biofilter. To model the behavior of a mini-greenhouse, UML state diagrams were used. The problem of evaluating the performance of such modules and recording disruptions of cultivation process drawing on the collected data was considered. Machine learning methods were employed to estimate and predict climatic parameters in the greenhouse. The application of these methods allows performing proactive control of technological processes in the greenhouse, ensure strict adherence to production regulations and rational use of resources. Further research involves creating a method for proactive control of compliance with technological processes based on the formal models of these processes.

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Levonevskiy Dmitriy Konstantinovich
Candidate of Technical Sciences
Email: levonevskij.d@iias.spb.su

Scopus | ORCID |

Saint Petersburg Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Ryabinov Artem Valerievich

Email: ryabinov.a@iias.spb.su

ORCID |

Saint Petersburg Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Zhukova Nataliya Aleksandrovna
Doctor of Technical Sciences Associate Professor

ORCID |

Saint Petersburg Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Kovalevsky Vladislav Eduardovich

ORCID |

Amilen training center

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Keywords: smart agriculture, cyber-physical systems, smart greenhouse, behavior modeling, automated process control systems

For citation: Levonevskiy D.K. Ryabinov A.V. Zhukova N.A. Kovalevsky V.E. Automation of growing crops in a stationary compact greenhouse complex with a controlled microclimate based on a hydroponic system. Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology. 2023;11(1). Available from: https://moitvivt.ru/ru/journal/pdf?id=1280 DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2023.40.1.029 (In Russ).

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Received 30.11.2022

Revised 09.02.2023

Accepted 20.03.2023

Published 22.03.2023